RAFFLE NIGHT ( YIPPEE)

download (3)Well we are past the halfway mark till australia elects the party that will lead us for at least the next 3 years

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MANY PEOPLE HAVE ASKED ME WILL THE ELECTION RESULT ( WHICHEVER WAY IT GOES) MAKE  A DIFFERENCE TO OUR FRIDAY NIGHT RAFLLES.

THE ANSWER TO THAT IS A BIGNo-ArtWE WILL  AS LONG AS YOU WANT HAVEimages (6)

SO LETS GET STARTED. THE MAGNIFICENT CK WATT WILL( Hopefully) TAKE YOUR NUMBERS AND THE STAFF WILL BE AROUND AT SOMETIME.

OUR MAGNIFICENT BARMAID THE LOVELY

cat queen

FIONA HAS BEEN BUSY BUT SHE WILL BE AROUND AT SOME TIME.

BB AND I WILL BE OUR USUAL

Courteous Bar staff

TONIGHTS POLL

TRY AND BE OBJECTIVE 

 

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644 thoughts on “RAFFLE NIGHT ( YIPPEE)

  1. TA has never stood by himself. He has always been sheltered; first by his family, now still by his family, as well as his Party, the media and Murdoch. At what stage in his life will be ever take responsiblities for his own actions. It seems never.

  2. mikehilliard

    Very powerful antiemetic’s judging by their ability to withstand “the kids”.

  3. Looks like Abbott intends to govern Australia with slogans.

    A bit of substance wouldn’t go astray.

  4. At least all Kevin’s kids are speaking to him and involved in his campaign, unlike the Abbott family. Where is Louise? Still refusing to come back from Europe? She doesn’t even get a mention from Tones or his adoring OM camp followers these days.

  5. ABC News didn’t take long
    “Election live: day 21The Coalition launches its election campaign, and Kevin Rudd says Labor “got it wrong” on the carbon tax”
    And we have Cassidy’s wife to always thank for previously pushing JG to the point of exasperation on the phrase ‘carbon tax”

  6. “Looks like Abbott intends to govern Australia with slogans.”

    Excellent! That’ll minimize the damage.

  7. Geeze the Libs mist have a bucket load of money. Rudd will be lucky to get a couple of packing cases & a sheet of ply for a stage. I thought Australian’s despised this sort of Americanised grand standing.

  8. Barry J, we do not have mutually exclusive positions. And I never said Gillard didn’t make mistakes either.

    I also concede that it’s easy for we armchair apparatchiks to see the flaws in something on television.

    When confronted with utter stupidity like my meter reader’s “Greenland is a bowl, if the ice melts it will flow back into the interior and make a lake,” I’m like a landed snapper ready for the gutting knife.

    But I’m not trying to be Prime Minister, either. Wannabees in that race should be able to do it better than your average Joe.

    Actively and voluntarily classifying the ETS as an un-mandated failure that cost the nation dearly, and faintly praising Gillard – who was Prime Minister for several months longer than Rudd – as a good assistant during his time in office was outright stupidity.

    We’re left with nothing to vote-1 Labor for: The Libs will say Rudd stuffed up the GFC with Pink Batts, School Halls and Boats, then Gillard stuffed up with Boats again, plus the Carbon Tax.

    BOTH times – in 2010 and today in 2013 – Rudd got on Insiders and validated everything that had been said about Labor in government. First his own government and then Gillard’s.

    What’s to love about that?

  9. peterofmarino,

    { I wonder what drugs the crowd are on? }

    Must be the same ones as Abbott. He keeps on saying he has visions! 😉

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